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Title: Estepona Town Hall to legalise 2,000 properties
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  Faced with a cash shortage, Estepona Town Hall is to try and speed up the legalisation of 2,000 homes in the municipality as a way of coll...

 

Faced with a cash shortage, Estepona Town Hall is to try and speed up the legalisation of 2,000 homes in the municipality as a way of collecting funds. The Town Hall opened an office in September for the regularisation of property constructed illegally in the municipality. PP Mayor, José María García Urbano, says in that way fines can be collected as soon as possible. Known locally as campitos such property is being seen as a good way to raise funds over the next three years. The plan is accompanied by a greater real estate inspection, and a more rigorous application of planning laws will be seen, but with the intention of legalizing all the property in the municipality. There has been some controversy over the law in the last few weeks following the revelation that much of the legislation has been copied word for word from León City Hall legislation. Estepona Town Hall has an estimated debt of 300 million. The Town Hall still has a workforce of 1,362 people whose wages take up 57% of the total income, and redundancies are expected.

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